Childhood Champions is a solution to children’s struggles and difficult questions about racism, togetherness, division and unity. This entertaining children’s book series inspires and engages children in a fun, relatable way.
The stories follow the adventures of 8 year old New Yorker Ibrahim Khalil and his friends. Each book is designed and written to teach as well as inspire life lessons through creative short stories.
This children’s book series highlights multiple ethnicities. While each character calls New York City home their roots are in places such as Malaysia, Africa, Saudi Arabia, America and Puerto Rico.
WHAT IF MY CHILD IS NOT MUSLIM, SHOULD HE/SHE BE READING CHILDHOOD CHAMPIONS?
While the Childhood Champions book series has been created for Muslim children, the stories and lessons are universal (i.e. friendship, teamwork, brotherhood, sisterhood, etc) which makes them appropriate for all. Further, for those interested in learning about faith of Muslims, Childhood Champions books are a great tool to introduce the conversation about Islam.